Can't load more pics to internal memory,past about 100 photos
Hi, I just bought a pan7000dw, , and I have loaded about 75-100 pics from my pc,and photo cd's, they all play fine. However, it says the internal memory holds up to 6400 pics, and I'm unable to transfer anymore pics to it. How can I fix this?
Re: Can't load more pics to internal memory,past about...
Resizing the jpg's doesn't help. I loaded about 128 (interesting number that) images... each about 2mb. I got the same problem... disk full. I resized the images down so they're about 600kb each... same problem.
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I don't know which model you have but I found some different models. The other problem is I am not sure if your model allows you to just plug in a usb flash drive and run it that way. Some photo frames only let you load pics onto it through the usb. My guess is since it's only showing certain pictures, those pictures were placed into the internal memory. But the models I found range from only 4MB to around 128MB of internal memory. Then some of them also have a Memory Card Slot. So it's hard to say without knowing the model you have. If you have your manual it should give you the specs.
But here's the issue if it's only using it's internal memory. It's not the number of photos, it's the size of the photos. For instance, you can have one photo that is 2MB in size or 2GB in size. So whatever you are putting into the system needs to fit or they cannot play. So if you have a memory card, it should play ALL the photos that can fit on it. If you are using the internal memory it's going to be very limited.
To figure out the size of your pics you can see this info on your computer when you click on a pic or right click. Beyond this, you may need to contact Texet to ask them.
It means that your Digital Photo Frame might not have support for the file formats of some pictures that you saved. Most Digital Photo Frame supports *.jpg formats. Please check the manual of your Digital Photo Frame as well as the files that your saved. Right-click on the pictures that are not supported then Click Properties. You should be able to see the file format of the picture then compare it to the Frame's manual if it's supported.
The Problem.... is that Windows 7 will not automatically share files with an XP operating systems, even if you are dual booting!.... you need to manually configure your photo software to include that drive in it's library.
It's actually good that Windows acts this way, it's SECURE!.... Windows 7 is by far the most secure version of windows so far... to say the least. believe it or not, you can (Not recommended to the averange end user fyi) run it without any 3rd party PC antivirus software (as long as you are cautious, REALLY know what you are doing, and only visit secure sites, and are updating Windows Defender constantly...)
Hello Charlie, Hook your camera directly to your PC with the USB cable, The computer should see Kodak Easyshare, Double click on it to open and check in the folder shown for your photos and down load or delete them as you wish. As far as the SD card error it sounds like possible camera firmware problem,go to Kodak website under support for Dx7590 for the firmware and instructions. Best Regards, Russell
Some digital frames comes with built-in internal memory so you can load that with your PC via a usb connection without having any kind of removable media. If yours doesn't come with internal memory though I don't think you have any choice other than to purchase a memory card of whatever type is supported by the frame.